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June 25, Daily science and technology trend

  • 2021-06-25
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1. Scientific collaboration of Omsk State Technical University, Omsk State University. F.M. Dostoevsky and the Institute of Theoretical and Experimental Biophysics of the Russian Academy of Sciences developed a dye that allows the determination of small concentrations of viral particles and microbes in human tissues or in samples of a nutrient medium.

https://rscf.ru/news/chemistry/uchenye-iz-omgtu-razrabotali-krasitel-dlya-opredeleniya-virusov/

 

2. Employees of the Department of Medical Physics of the Faculty of Physics and the Scientific School of Moscow State University ‘Photonic and Quantum Technologies. Digital Medicine‘ together with colleagues from the Faculty of Physics, Chemistry, Moscow State University and FNTSIRIP named after MP Chumakov RAS demonstrated the universal antiviral adsorption activity of porous silicon nanoparticles. After interaction with nanoparticles, it manifests itself in a decrease in the infectious titer of all studied types of viruses by about 104 times and corresponds to inactivation of 99.99% of viruses in vitro.

https://rscf.ru/news/physics/rossiyskaya-nauka-kremniy-pomozhet-borotsya-s-infektsiyami/

 

3. In the Year of Science and Technology, the largest in the history of Russia program of state support for Russian universities "Priority 2030" was launched. The initiative was officially launched by the head of the Russian Ministry of Education and Science, Valery Falkov, at a meeting with rectors of universities applying for participation in the project.

https://www.minobrnauki.gov.ru/press-center/news/?ELEMENT_ID=35817

 

4. Together with Denis Nazarov's group from St. Petersburg State University, we have developed a method for applying a thin (several tens of nanometers) and uniform titanium oxide coating on titanium framework structures that can be used as implants. Experiments have shown that coatings promote accelerated osseointegration.

https://scientificrussia.ru/news/uchenye-sozdali-pokrytiya-kotorye-pomogut-vzhivlyat-titanovye-implanty-v-kosti

 

5. A group of scientists from ITMO University, Far Eastern Federal University, the Institute of Image Processing Systems of the Russian Academy of Sciences and the Japanese Tokai University have found a way to give perovskite microcrystals the desired shape to create lenses and other optoelectronic elements without loss of quality. This opens up new possibilities for creating micro-optics elements that can be used in microchips and other optoelectronic devices.

https://scientificrussia.ru/news/uchenye-predlozhili-novyj-ekonomichnyj-metod-obrabotki-perovskita

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